I have a few items for sale or trade. Please note that I am in the Netherlands.
underfuselage inlets (three) for 1/72 Lockheed U-2C, 4 euros. Cast from scratch-built parts
double rear wheel set for 1/72 MD-3 Mule navy deck tractor, 4 euros. Cast from doubled Fujimi Mule wheel, with flattend contact area, and separate Verlinden hub.
M116 napalm bomb, similar to Mark 77 Mod 0, 1/48 scale. Cutting Edge used to produce a similar item (CEC48171) but it is long out of production. Single piece casting, from scratch-built parts. 12 euros for a set of two
In preparation: AN-M66 2000 lbs bomb with conical tail, 1/48 scale, as used in Vietnam war (A-6 for example) and NATO (F-84F for example). Two piece casting, from scratch-built parts. 14 euros for a set of two.
In preparation: F-84F pylon for Mark 7 nuclear bomb, 1/48 scale, that Monogram forgot to include in its kit. One piece casting, scratch-built, 4 euros.
In preparation: F-84F Assisted Take-Off package, 1/48 scale. Monogram and Kinetic provide a simplified pack of just four bottles, omitting the large bracket that they are mounted on.
I'm considering selling prints of some custom decals that I designed for my own models. This depends mostly on the available printing services. More details will follow.
Pander Postjager, for the Execuform vacform kit
the old Revell 1/72 F-16 (H-222 and derivatives) with black and dark blue parts instead of one intermediate color
AGM-86 cruise missile, either the full markings set or the minimal markings set
BQM-34F Firebee II, for the 1976 William Tell exercise
Gee Bee R1 and R2, with separate pinstripe decals and masks. Maybe even a version with a blue instead of black pinstripe, which might be more accurate
1/32 HH-43B, for the first color scheme in silver lacquer with Navy-style markings
Reheat Models 'Buzz Aldrin Apollo 11 Astronaut' (RH 104). 120 mm figure on base. 19 resin pieces, 1 replica plaque, small instruction sheet. Very nice model, perfect castings. 75 euros
resin 1/48 J79GE-10 kit by 'NV'. Typical early nineties resin kit quality from Eastern Europe. 5 euros
Aires 1/72 Lightning F2/6 cockpit set (7206) for Trumpeter - 4 euros (I paid 9 euros) - never opened
Attack Squadron 48030 1/48 AN-M66 2000 lb GP Bomb (2 pieces), 4 euros (I paid 8 euros)
Belcher Bits BB-13 1/48 Mark 28 nuclear bombs (Mk 28EX, RE, IN, RI and FI) - 10 euros (I paid 20 euros) - two sets available
True Details 48505 1/48 2000 lb US GP Bomd - WWII/Korean War (1 piece) - 3 euros (I paid 6 euros)
True Details 48521 1/48 Mk 77 Mod 2 Napalm Bomb (2 pieces), unopened package - 4 euros (I paid 8 euros)
Panzer Models BQM-34E/F/T Firebee II in 1/72 scale, kit number 72004, in resin, from 1991
Czechmaster CL-227 helicopter RPV in 1/72 scale, or *any* information on this model, except for its mention in 'Encyclopaedia of military models 1/72'
VES or Gran 1/72 Su-15
The D-21 drone from the Hasegawa and/or Academy 1/72 SR-71 kit
Mk28 and Mk43 (actually Mk57) nuclear weapons from the Trumpeter 1/72 RA-5C
The engine and transmission of the Italeri Ferrari GTO (a.k.a. Ferrari 288), kit 652
The SUU-11 gun pods of the Special Hobby 1/72 AH-1G or the Revell reissue (04956)
none at the moment
none at the moment
original cutaway drawings from Flight International (any)
'Rallye Racing' (German magazine): 1979 issue 8 (Porsche 935)
'Racecar Engineering' all issues
AAHS (American Aviation Historical Society) Journal Volume 18 Number 3, Fall 1973